Travel to Canada
Day 14 Toronto – Niagara - Toronto (252 Km.)
(in 126 km) Niagara Niagara Falls, one of the great natural wonders of the world, are the most famous tourist attraction in Canada and one of the most famous in the world. Millions of people visit the falls each year and thousands and thousands of couples have spent their honeymoon here.
Niagara Falls are formed by the waterfall on the American side called Bridal Veil Falls and Canadian Falls named Horseshoe Falls. The name is derived from its curving, horseshoe-shaped crest.
The American bridal veil falls have a total fall of 34 meters, while the Canadian Horseshoe Falls have a height of 52 meters. In the Canadian side there is a huge rock platform that has been transformed into Victoria Park. From there you can appreciate the best views of the falls.
Other attractions from Niagara are the Skylon Tower, 236 meters high from which you will have an impressive view of the falls, the Spanish Aerocar, the famous air ferry crossing above one of the eddies of the river or Journey Behind the Falls Falls, where a series of tunnels take you behind the falls.
(in 28 Km.) Niagara-on-the-Lake: It is a very beautiful place with a Canadian English flavor because it was the headquarters of the British troops at the beginning of the nineteenth century. The main streets such as Queen St. and King St. are filled with boutiques, shops, restaurants and theaters.
Outside the village, in Pincton St. is located Fort George. Here were stationed the troops charged with defending the city and the border. The British fort built in the 1790s has been carefully reconstructed. A fence of ground and wood surround ten buildings replicates.
(in 126 km) We returned to Toronto.